Mr. Chapman began his career in land planning, urban design and development where he acquired a keen understanding of the relationships between many forms of land use. Throughout the many projects that Mr. Chapman has been involved with, he has continued to refine these skills.
Mr. Chapman completed his architectural education at Texas Tech University and registration in the States of Texas and New Mexico. Mr. Chapman possesses the ability to successfully combine the knowledge and skill of both land planning and architecture. Mr. Chapman brings a wide-ranging perspective and a high level of commitment to each project in which each client is given full dedication and attention.
Mr. Chapman is a past- president of the Lubbock Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Mr. Chapman has also served as president of the Christ the King Parish Council and co-chair of Christ the King Cathedral Building Committee and sat on the Diocese of Lubbock Building Board and is a past member and chair of the City of Lubbock Planning and Zoning Commission.
- Delta Tau Delta Lodge
- Lubbock Heart Surgery
- St. John Neumann Catholic Church
- Christ the King Family Life Center
- Christ the King Early Head Start Center
- Citibus Transfer Station
- Fire Station 1 and 19
- Lubbock Emergency Operations Center
Lubbock, Texas 806.797.3231
Lou Diekemper, PH. D.
Diocese of Lubbock
Texas Tech University,
Bachelor of Architecture, 1981
Registered Architect, State of Texas - 1986
Registered Architect, State of New Mexico - 1990
Registered Interior Designer, State of Texas - 1993
American Institute of Architects
Texas Society of Architects
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
Chapman Harvey Architects, Inc.
Lubbock Chapter, AIA - past president
Catholic Diocese of Lubbock - Building Board of Directors
Knights of Columbus
Lions Club of Lubbock
City of Lubbock Planning and Zoning Board - Past Chair